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Walter Benjamin - Sonnette / Sonnets
The seventy-three sonnets, unpublished in French, written by Walter Benjamin in memory of his friend Fritz Heinle, a poet who committed suicide at the age of 19, in despair or in protest against the advance of the First World War (bilingual edition).
German philosopher, art historian, literary critic, art critic and translator, Walter Benjamin (1892-1940), associated with the Frankfurt school, is considered one of the most important theorists of the twentieth century.
Translation and postface by Michel Métayer.
With an essay by Antonia Birnbaum.

Graphic design: Ho-Sook Kang.
published in March 2021
bilingual edition (German / French)
12 x 17 cm (softcover)
208 pages
ISBN : 978-2-9575515-0-7
EAN : 9782957551507
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